Chrissy Thirlaway’s Mensa Magazine article.

This article in Mensa Magazine discusses the causes of syndromes like dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD. It highlights the fact that common symptoms of these conditions can be identified as involuntary neonatal reactions retained in childhood, through adolescence, and into adulthood.

Written by Chrissy Thirlaway who has been trained in how to use the INPP programme for schools, the article provides insight into the links between retained neonatal reflexes and learning difficulties. As well as offering explanation from a neuro-physiological perspective, the article also provides more information about The INPP and what we do.

Chrissy Thirlaway is a qualified teacher, and has worked in primary, secondary, and adult education.

The article can be read in these two PDF files:

Mensa Magazine Article Page One & Mensa Magazine Article Page Two

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